In British Columbia, new legislation is urgently needed to address dwindling water sources and current threats to water. B.C. experienced record levels of drought last summer. Fracking, mining and bottled water industries are draining water at unsustainable rates and are competing with communities for access to local resources.
Ken Froese is an independent expert with more than 20 years experience in health and environmental risk assessment. In the report Environmental Health in Red Head: The Energy East Project Dr.
This report by Friends of the Earth Europe, in partnership with the Council of Canadians, argues that tar sands (also known as oil sands) development is at the heart of Canada’s failure to tackle climate change. It calls on Europe to ban tar sands bitumen imports and on Canada to immediately freeze tar sands expansion and plan for a transition to 100% fossil fuel free economy by 2050.
A landowners toolkit to find out what does Energy East mean for New Brunswick you and what you can do.
This video and paper is offered as a warning to Europeans who care about the health of their people, the resilience of their communities, the fate of their public services, and the protection of their natural resources.http://canadians.org/transatlantyckim-polskie
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Sustainable Dialogues Canada, a voluntary initiative involving over 60 researchers, invited the Council of Canadians to submit to a collection of texts responding to their influential report released last spring. The report outlines tangible measures Canada can take in achieving a low carbon society and economy, including how we can reach 100% low carbon electricity production in 2035.
TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline would be the largest tar sands pipeline proposed yet, spanning 4,600 kilometres, w
TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline would be the largest tar sands pipeline proposed yet, spanning 4,600 kilometre